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Infinity Wars #1 Review: A Promising Start

Infinity Wars #1 Review: A Promising "Start"

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Gamora returns to ask Star-Lord on more time to help her on her quest into the Soul Gem. He turns her down, and she leaves. On Earth, Doctor Strange has called a meeting of the new Infinity Watch. It includes the current possessors of the Infinity Stones and their allies. Star-Lord, Groot, and […]

Infinity Wars Prime #1 Review: Could This One Turn Out Good

Infinity Wars Prime #1 Review: Could This One Turn Out Good?

These threads connect well enough to Infinity Countdown, though Loki stopped appearing after the first couple of issues, Doctor Strange didn’t come in the main story until the end, and Thanos barely appeared at all.That said, I did find myself intrigued by what was on offer in Infinity Wars There is confusion, distrust, and an[...]

Infinity Countdown #5 Review: Good Enough

Infinity Countdown #5 Review: Good Enough

Something has changed about the Soul Stone, and he can’t risk something within escaping.[caption id="attachment_885968" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #5 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell[/caption]Infinity Countdown #5 ends on a high note, even if it is dampened by the full revelation that this was nothing but an extended prelude for Infinity Wars.Yes, yes[...]

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #4 Review &#8211 Mecha Darkhawk vs. Dark Starhawk

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #4 Review – Mecha Darkhawk vs. Dark Starhawk

Nova isn’t sure what’s going on, but he will do whatever necessary to save his brother from danger, even if that brother is currently a space god being lauded as the Dark Starhawk.[caption id="attachment_882240" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #4 cover by Skan[/caption]Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk comes to an end with a bang, bringing the Raptors,[...]

Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 Review &#8211 Young Heroes in a Deadly Universe

Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 Review – Young Heroes in a Deadly Universe

Can the Champions rescue this species?[caption id="attachment_879049" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Champions #2 cover by Clayton Crain[/caption]Infinity Countdown: Champions #2, like many of the tie-ins to this crossover event, seems not especially relevant to the main story However, to Jim Zub’s credit, he has made it a relevant story to the Champions themselves[...]

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #3 Review &#8211 The Ascension of Darkhawk

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #3 Review – The Ascension of Darkhawk

He has returned to bestow a final gift upon Chris Powell.[caption id="attachment_875171" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #3 cover by Skan[/caption]Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #3 goes a bit off the rails in a way that I’m honestly totally fine with The Starhawk is a wild but fun addition to the story, and I’m still hoping that[...]

Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 Review &#8211 Earnest and Dedicated Heroes

Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 Review – Earnest and Dedicated Heroes

They insist on helping Sam in this endeavor, and this mission leads them to Chitauri Prime, where they encounter the Warbringer.[caption id="attachment_871738" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 cover by Clayton Crain[/caption]Infinity Countdown: Champions #1 chases up the Chitauri angle of the big battle from the mainline miniseries It’s also surprisingly earnest and presents its[...]

Infinity Countdown: Black Widow #1 Review &#8211 Bringing Back Natasha to Do Nothing

Infinity Countdown: Black Widow #1 Review – Bringing Back Natasha to Do Nothing

She may need help out of this jam.[caption id="attachment_871683" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Black Widow #1 cover by Yasmine Putri[/caption]Infinity Countdown: Black Widow #1 feels painfully inconsequential in the grand scheme of Infinity Countdown While Darkhawk and Daredevil have self-contained stories not especially relevant to the overall story, they are at least compelling and feel[...]

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #2 Review &#8211 Hawks and Raptors Everywhere

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #2 Review – Hawks and Raptors Everywhere

Before he goes, Chris Powell says one last goodbye to Miranda.Upon arriving, the Raptors attack Death’s Head and swarm Darkhawk.[caption id="attachment_867480" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #2 cover by Skan[/caption]One thing about Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk that stands out so far is how well the series makes large-scale conflict seem digestibly small[...]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics Week of June 6th 2018: Justice League Soars Xerxes Sinks

Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of June 6th, 2018: Justice League Soars, Xerxes Sinks

Garfield: Homecoming #1I know it's a kid's comic, but it was so boring and lacking in jokes that even a young child would be unimpressed by what this book has too offer.[caption id="attachment_861567" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #4 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell[/caption]2 Infinity Countdown #4This miniseries has well and truly bottomed-out, and[...]

Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

Star-Lord receives some unexpected visitors.[caption id="attachment_861567" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #4 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell[/caption]Infinity Countdown #4 is a low for this already underwhelming miniseries While Sax the Destroyer was nauseating in how cute it wanted to be, it’s noting compared to how unlikable the Guardians of the Galaxy appear in this[...]

Marvel Teaser Asks: Who Are the Asgardians of the Galaxy

Marvel Teaser Asks: Who Are the Asgardians of the Galaxy?

who are the Asgardians of the Galaxy?" A new status quo? Something having to do with Infinity Countdown Wars Prime? Side note, how exactly does one count down to or from Infinity? Wouldn't they be counting forever? All of these questions and more will be revealed.. or not.. in some upcoming Marvel super-mega-crossover event.Post your[...]

Infinity Countdown: Captain Marvel #1 Review &#8211 A Great Starting Point for Those New to Captain Marvel

Infinity Countdown: Captain Marvel #1 Review – A Great Starting Point for Those New to Captain Marvel

After a battle with Blastaar leaves much of Manhattan in shambles, Carol calls upon the wisdom of her peers across the multiverse, and she sees the decisions they have made in the hopes of finding guidance.[caption id="attachment_857688" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Captain Marvel #1 cover by Inhyuk Lee[/caption]Infinity Countdown: Captain Marvel #1, like Darkhawk, isn’t[...]

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1 Review &#8211 A Flawed but Promising Return

Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1 Review – A Flawed but Promising Return

He solicits Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S to study this new version of his armor while planning for a trip off Earth to deal with the Fraternity of Raptors himself.[caption id="attachment_851397" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1 cover by Skan[/caption]Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1 shows a lot of promise for an interesting revival of the character, but it is[...]

Infinity Countdown: Daredevil #1 Review &#8211 Better Than You Understandably Expected it to Be

Infinity Countdown: Daredevil #1 Review – Better Than You Understandably Expected it to Be

Daredevil resolves to stop this from continuing.[caption id="attachment_849745" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown: Daredevil #1 cover by Clayton Crain[/caption]Considering this is a story about Turk Barrett with an Infinity Stone, this story is far better than it has any right to be In fact, a big part of how it works is by recognizing how much[...]

Infinity Countdown #3 Review: Sax the Destroyer or the Draxophone

Infinity Countdown #3 Review: Sax the Destroyer, or the Draxophone

This battle isn’t looking good for the Guardians and Nova, and the Corps decides to pull out of the conflict.[caption id="attachment_840824" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #3 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell[/caption]Gerry Duggan is widely known as a comedy writer thanks to, most recently, Deadpool He brought some of these comedic instincts to his[...]

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun Pretty but Not Substantial

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun, Pretty, but Not Substantial

Afterwards, this contingent of the Guardians of the Galaxy, Star-Lord, Ant-Man, Gamora, Rocket Raccoon, Groot, and Nova Richard Rider, rejoins Drax the Destroyer and Eve at the Power Stone in the hopes of halting the Chitauri horde and the Shi’ar Talons.Meanwhile, Adam Warlock goes in search of the Soul Stone.[caption id="attachment_833662" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown[...]


Infinity Countdown #1 Review: A Fun Continuation to Guardians of the Galaxys Finale

Infinity Countdown #1 Review: A Fun Continuation to Guardians of the Galaxy's Finale

The odds do not look to be in favor of our heroes, especially when Rocket Raccoon goes off on his own to face the Gardener.[caption id="attachment_805375" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #1 cover by Nick Bradshaw and Morry Hollowell[/caption]This is the super-duper official actual first issue of Infinity Countdown, and…it’s actually pretty damn good[...]

Comics for Your Pull Box March 7th 2018: Green Hornet #1 Ghostbusters Annual and More

Comics for Your Pull Box, March 7th, 2018: Green Hornet #1, Ghostbusters Annual, and More

Here are some of the notable releases of this week, and here's a link to ComicList for those who want the full list.Doctor Star and the Kingdom of Tomorrow from Dark Horse, the fantastic Mech Cadet Yu's next installment comes out of Boom! Box, Deathstroke from DC, X-Men: Red #2 and the actual Infinity Countdown #1 from Marvel, and Image's Gideon Falls by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino.I like to be[...]